Venture to Green Square and you’ll find a rainbow wonderland of slides, towers, tunnels, nets and swing with one mega slide for adventurous youngsters. Sydney artist Nuha Saad designed the playground; she crafted a soft-surface floor that looks like a swirl of multi-coloured ice cream and a web of nets and ladders that leads to the three-storey-high metal slide – a winner for fearless five year olds. The park is named for the Gadigal word for Rock Wallaby, as the little critters used to be a common sight around the swamp that used to exist before European invasion. Today it’s unlikely that you’ll spot wallaby but you will find plenty of bike racks, handball and table tennis courts and barbecue areas.
|Venue name:||Wulaba Park|
|Cross street:||Amelia Street|